YOU OWN THE CONVERSATION

YOU OWN THE CONVERSATION.

Shift the Dialogue, Change the Conversation, Shape the Culture

How we communicate has a direct impact on how others think, feel and behave.

SoundWave looks at the way we use language and at our conversational style, and demonstrates how, when we use talk consciously – with purpose and with imagination – we create powerful relationships.

Benefits of SoundWave:

Enables open and authentic dialogue
at all organisational levels

Reduces conflict by understanding and
improving the quality of conversation

Engages team members in difficult conversation and achieves constructive dialogue

Creates positive relationships and better collaborations by embedding a culture of ownership

Brings greater engagement and
team commitment
 through
skilful communication

Benefits of SoundWave:

Enable open and authentic dialogue
at all organisational levels

Reduce conflict by understanding and
improving the quality of conversation

Engage in difficult conversations
amongst team members and achieve
constructive dialogue

Embed a culture of ownership where
team members are in control of their
communication styles to create
positive relationships and better
collaborations

Greater engagement and
commitment
as a team through
skillful communication

SoundWave Brilliance 3 Sample Report

Your first SoundWave voice is:
to articulate – the brilliance of the teller of stories

At its highest level, we tend to frame our communication in one of three broad styles; asking, telling and suggesting.

*an extract from the SoundWave Brilliance 3 report

We each possess all the SoundWave voices
to a greater or lesser degree, but often we
have a preference for some over others. In
some cases our voices remain underdeveloped.

But to have ‘articulate’ as a particular
brilliance – wow!

To articulate, to tell the story, is to narrate
the world around you in a way that can
explain, describe and illuminate facts and
ideas to others, drawing them in, capturing
their attention and imagination and
imparting a sense of belonging.

Skilful articulators create a reputation as
being quietly influential. The impartial and
judicious tone of articulation serves to
faciliate conversation between people.

Find out the brilliance of your voices

in 4 simple steps

Purchase SoundWave Brilliance 3 Assessment

Visit our store to purchase the Brilliance 3 Assessment at just £20. You will receive an email with an invitation to complete the assessment once payment is successfully made.

Complete the Assessment

Take 20 minutes to complete the SoundWave Assessment and discover your Top 3 SoundWave Voices.

Receive Your Assessment

You’ll receive a personalised email with your Brilliance 3 PDF report.

Access Your User Dashboard

Your dashboard gives you access to your report and other resources to help you develop your SoundWave Voices.

What our clients say

“Learning the appropriate
use of the ‘voices’ made me
a better leader, allowing
me to empower my team
and help me become
a better listener.”

Claire Desbonnet Roche Pharmaceuticals

“Unlike other
self-perception tools, you
can do something about
your own ‘SoundWave’ and
see almost immediate
results.”

Juliette Packham Consultant, SA Partners

“SoundWave is most
useful where a team of
people need to work in a
very collaborative and
integrated way.”

Will Ghali, former Acting COO, Pukka Herbs

What is SoundWave?

SoundWave is a social assessment that provides data driven insights on how you talk and listen. It is a development tool that focuses on helping you to understand how your preferred style of communication impacts and influence people around you, enabling them or limiting their performance.

SoundWave reveals not only your preferred style of communication, it also reveals how others perceive you in the way you communicate. It offers insight when your intended meaning is not heard by those you are talking to.

Kevin Eyre, creator of SoundWave, has always had a particular interest in how verbal interactions in the workplace affect results. 

He says

It has always fascinated me how views about organisational ‘behaviour’ have tended to skip over how people talk to each other. Talk is often the main activity of many people in management. Talk is action. If it’s done badly, it can be devastating. If it’s done well, it can be transformative.

It has always fascinated me how views about organisational ‘behaviour’ have tended to skip over how people talk to each other. Talk is often the main activity of many people in management. Talk is action. If it’s done badly, it can be devastating. If it’s done well, it can be transformative.

Downloadable resources

Share our industry-leading research

The language of leadership
 


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Amazing things happen between people
when the conversation is good.

Amazing things happen between people when the conversation is good.